Most visitors spend a day at Inhotim, but for the more curious and art-loving, you can easily spend two or even three days exploring there. This can be done in three ways: on foot, but be prepared for many hills, by buying a pass that allows guests to catch a ride on the golf carts that roam inside, or by renting one of these carts with a driver who also serves as a guide.
There are five places to eat, from hamburgers to an à la carte bistro, but the buffet at the Oiticica restaurant always has Minas Gerais culinary delights. Unmissable.
For those traveling the Royal Road, Inhotim is a beautiful addition that contrasts with the historical content of the other destinations. A stop here can be combined before or after visiting Ouro Preto, which is only two hours away.